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President Trump on Sunday said his legal team uncovered ample evidence of election fraud, including "big massive dumps" of extra ballots at the polls, but judges continued to reject as groundless his challenges of the Nov. 3 results. 1
"But no matter who he fires, or how many times he tweets, President Trump cannot change reality. 1He lost the presidential election." 1
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On Tuesday, Mr. Krebs said on Twitter, "On allegations that election systems were manipulated, 59 election security experts all agree, 'in every case of which we are aware, these claims either have been unsubstantiated or are technically incoherent.' 1
The Trump campaign filed a petition Wednesday for a recount in two Wisconsin counties, shelling out $3 million to cover the costs of trying to undo a projected win for presumed President-elect Joseph R. Biden. 1
President Trump's legal team singled out Milwaukee and Dane counties, claiming absentee ballots were illegally altered and issued. 1
"You lose a lot if the transition is delayed because the new people are not allowed to get their head in the game," Mr. Kelly told Politico, the website reported Friday afternoon. 1
The Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation voted 14-12 on Wednesday to advance President Trump's Federal Communications Commission nominee, Nathan Simington, increasing the likelihood that the FCC will be divided 2-2 along partisan lines on Inauguration Day.
It seems odd that it would take a federal law to ensure that only people who are actually alive are voting in elections.
President Trump's campaign is going after Lin Wood, the pro-Trump attorney who has talked openly about Republicans boycotting the upcoming Georgia runoffs in January.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said Wednesday that he's hoping to have a vote on a coronavirus relief bill before the end of next week, if party leaders can iron out a deal in time.
Sen. Joe Manchin ripped Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as "more active on Twitter" than in Congress during a new interview Monday.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer backed the $908 billion bipartisan coronavirus relief proposal Wednesday as a foundation for new negotiations.